- Visa Applicants should fill online visa application forms onindianvisaonline.gov.in and submit a print out of filled-in form with two colour photographs (51mmx51mm) and documents as specified below.
Serious ailments like neurosurgery, joint replacements ophthalmic disorders, renal disorders, cardiac problems, congenital disorders, organ transplantations, radiotherapy, plastic surgery, gene therapy and others are of primary considerations in granting a medical visa. The list of treatments is non-exhaustive.
- The sole purpose of travel should be of having a medical treatment in India.
- The applicant should seek medical treatment at reputed/specialized/recognized hospital in India.
- Two medical attendants are allowed to travel with the patient. They can be his/her family members, relatives or associates.
- Duly filled online medical visa form bearing the signature of the applicant.
- A photo may be uploaded while registration. Another photograph is required for conforming specifications.
- Confirmed return air tickets along with the original and photocopy of the passport.
- Official letter from the local hospital or doctor or a certificate from the same after examining the patient’s condition stating the requirement for the applicant’s treatment in India and its availability in India.
- Official letter from the concerned hospital in India mentioning the name of the patient and his/her medical attendant. The approximate cost of the medical treatment should also be mailed to the Embassy by the hospital authorities in this mail id: email@example.com.
- If the patient is on Medical Aid:
- A confirmation from the Medical Aid Society about the admissibility of the patient for medical treatment is required.
- A guarantee from the same is required for the treatment expenses and proof of fund transfer to India.
- Latest bank statement certified by the bank should bear the patient’s full name and address which would proof that the patient has sufficient funds to go for the medical trip.
- If the applicant submits someone else’s bank statement then an affidavit of the person sponsoring the medical trip is required along with a copy of the photo id /passport having the ink-signed signature of the sponsor.
- Proof of relationship between the patient and his/her medical attendant or a letter stating the relationship between them.
- A separate letter consisting of all the details of the previous visits to India and the duration of stay in the country is to be submitted.
- If the third party sponsors the medical trip for the applicant then an affidavit of the person along with the copy of his/her photo id card/passport bearing the ink-signed signature of the sponsor and his/her attested bank statement should be enclosed with the form.
- The affidavit should bear the relation between the sponsor and the patient and the reason for sponsoring.
- The sponsor should take all the responsibilities for the departure, arrival and stay in India of the patient on his/her medical trip.
- Third party is not allowed to sponsor in case of terminal illness treatment.
- Visa should be paid in cash and in USD.
You can get your visa within 2 working days between 1600 – 1700 hrs. Urgent visas are delivered with 24 hours.
Contact Details Embassy of India in Zimbabwe
|Embassy of India
- Address: No. 12, Natal Road Belgravia, Post Box 4620, Harare, Zimbabwe
- Phone no: 00263-4-795955 – 56, 792523
- Fax: 00263-4-795958, 795413
- Email ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Mr. S. Rajendran
- Designation: Commercial Officer
- Phone No: 00263 4 795955, 00263 4 704670
- Email ID: email@example.com
- Phone: 00263-4-795955
- Mobile: 00263-772125327
Working Hours: Visa applications are accepted between 0900 – 1200 hours on all working days (Monday – Friday).
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